New Year's Resolutions
Have you resolved to make a change to your regular habits for 2014? No matter your resolution, we're here to help make it easier to achieve your goals!
I resolve to...
Spend More Time with Family and Friends
Give the gift of fitness this new year, and buy a Recreation Center Membership Gift Card for friends or loved ones. You'll never have to go to the gym by yourself again!
Get in Shape for the New Year
Swimming is a great workout and a Parks Recreation Center membership lets you do laps all year long. Even when the temperatures drop outside, it’s always swimsuit season at our indoor pools!
Make this your greenest year ever – start by bringing your Christmas tree or holiday wreath to a MulchFest site near you, where it will be chipped and turned into mulch for one of Parks’ gardens. At select sites, you can even take some of the mulch home to make your own garden a little greener.
Stick to a Budget
Adult Recreation Center memberships are $150 and memberships for seniors and young adults ages 18-24 are only $25. This means that for less than a dollar a day, you can have access to more than 30 centers citywide, including 12 indoor pools.
Learn Something New
If you're ages 16-26, you can apply for Microsoft Office and Adobe certification classes through DigitalWork NYC. If you're accepted, you'll be able to earn while you learn by getting paid to complete online tasks, and you'll be eligible for a free certification exam and recreation center membership when you finish!
What better way to show neighbors you care than by helping to make your park more beautiful? There are hundreds of community-based organizations throughout the city that care for parks in their neighborhoods on a regular basis. To find out if there is an active group or to learn how to start a new group, visit City Parks Foundation's Partnerships for Parks page.
Give Back to My Community
Get involved with a Greenthumb Garden in your community. Bring your family to volunteer or become a member at one of the city’s hundreds of community gardens, and learn from citizen volunteers that have been stewarding gardens over the last 30 years.